There are 32 twin-sharing bungalows built in a semi circle around a central dining restaurant. Each has a sweeping view of the river & the grasslands. All rooms have standard but comfortable furnishings and a spacious balcony. They have attached toilet and solar heated water shower. An outdoor garden and a well stocked bar provide a comfortable atmosphere to relax. The surrounding jungle can be enjoyed from here, even the white Himalayas on clear days.
Gaida Wildlife Camp does not have electricity in rooms. This maintains the jungle atmosphere and balance with wildlife. Candles and kerosene lanterns are placed at doors at nightfall. A generator is switched on every evening to allow cameras to be charged.